The latest data on the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus
The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing us to a change our usual care practices and to rely on remote patient monitoring. Even when the COVID-19 crisis is over, this change is likely to bed itself in routine clinical practice.
Euronews talks to GPs at the centre of France's human contact tracing initiative
Futuris takes a look at how scientists in Spain are using tobacco and molecular farming to help create tailor-made vaccines and antibodies.
There have been hundreds of cases of children with a multisystem inflammatory syndrome. Here we explain the possible link to COVID-19 and the symptoms to look out for.
Our health and the health of the planet are more closely linked than you might think.
Paris and Berlin teamed up to present their post-pandemic financial recovery plans for Europe, but not everyone was cheering Macron and Merkel.
Euronews has held a special debate about how climate change is increasing the risk of certain diseases for Europeans.
The main recommendation is to save them for those people who have coronavirus symptoms or are taking care of a suspected case.
They protested to demand better working conditions and pay.
Futuris investigates how scientists are treating respiratory disease with synthetic vaccines developed from bacteria. It's hoped the research could eventually help in the fight against COVID-19.
Our data visualisations reveal how COVID-19 has evolved in Italy, Spain, France, Germany, the UK, Iran, China and the US.
Don't dream of going to the pub just yet: Ireland is taking baby steps toward easing its coronavirus lockdown, opening up hardware stores and gardening centres and relaxing rules for outdoor exercise.
A Canadian woman has come up with an ingenious way to safely hug her mother with a plastic sheet and some duct tape
Belgium's Prime Minister Sophie Wilmes was given a frosty reception by some health care workers as she visited a hospital in the capital Brussels.
In this episode of Unreported Europe, Euronews' Monica Pinna unmasks the scams criminals are turning to during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Gallup poll of recent years, suggests that only around 15% of the world’s full-time workers are truly engaged.
Homework, or working from home, has taken on a new meaning lately amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Unions say much of the cheap meat on our supermarket shelves is slaughtered by migrant workers who earn low wages, live in cramped shared accommodation and operate in crowded working conditions even in the midst of a pandemic.
Problematic, even hideous for some, lockdown has been a blessing in disguise for others.
As the world focuses on the coronavirus pandemic more cases of tuberculosis are going undetected and untreated, according to new research.
Survivors of COVID-19 are joining Euronews for a special discussion about their battle with the disease.
'Filming won't be the same': Euronews speaks to those working in movies to get an idea of how coronavirus has changed the industry as we know it.
All eyes are on Germany's R value. But what is it and why is it key in terms of when to lift lockdown?
The investigators will work the phones and connect the dots of who could be spreading coronavirus.
The ministry been debunking misinformation and has also warned against breathing in hot air from hairdryers as a means of combatting the virus.